Friday, October 20, 2017

Marilyn Frascas's wonderland of drawings at Childhood's End

"Intamacy," drawing by Marilyn Frasca, courtesy the artist
From my review in the Weekly Volcano and OLY ARTS

Marilyn Frasca is a marvel. If there was ever such a thing as a must-see show, it’s Frasca’s show of some 56 drawings at Childhood’s End Gallery. This exhibition is the result of a lifetime, so far, of making, studying and teaching art. Her drawing style reminds me of Albrecht Dürer and other early Renaissance artists, but her style is a much more eclectic than that. We see in her drawings evidence she hasn’t so much been influenced by but rather learned from a range of artists from Dürer to Picasso.

Read the complete review.

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